5 trends Disability Services Directors need to watch out for
It’s one year since campuses were shut down across the US. Ever since, departments have had to adapt quickly to changing and uncertain circumstances.4 min readPublished: 18 Mar 2021
1- Budget shortfalls are coming down the track
2- Students are frustrated with remote learning
3- Communication needs to improve
4- Compliance cracks are showing
5- Online instruction is here to stay
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